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The FAFP now assists members in resolving insurance related issues through our new Hassle Factor For

The following Hassle Factor Form may be completed in order to report insurance administrative and claims processing concerns experienced in your practice. This information is confidential and assists the Florida Academy of Family Physicians (FAFP) in identifying common areas of concern and in facilitating a dialogue with payers. Please provide as much detailed information as possible, such as de-identified documents that support the grievance (e.g. no patient specific information). By collecting data on issues Family Physicians have with third party payers, the FAFP will be better able to identify common areas of concern and facilitate dialogue with payers. Please complete one form per carr

Physician/Attorney Collaboration on Behalf of Older Individuals

Click below to view a new, free online educational module relating to interprofessional collaboration between physicians and attorneys on behalf of their older patients/clients. The case vignettes and written materials in this module have been produced by the Florida State University Center for Innovative Collaboration in Medicine and Law under a grant from the Retirement Research Foundation. This module is suitable both for individual self-study by physicians and attorneys and by professional organizations as the foundation for live continuing education programs. The module, including written materials, may be accessed by clicking here.

Safe Opiate Prescribing: A Review of the CDC Guidelines Webinar

Safe Opiate Prescribing: A Review of the CDC Guidelines Webinar Join FAFP on Thursday, November 16, 2017, from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET for a FREE webinar on Safe Opiate Prescribing: A Review of the CDC Guidelines by Dr. David Koo. During this one-hour webinar, the following learning objectives will be addressed: Determining when to initiate or continue opioids for chronic pain; Determining the appropriate opioid selection, dosage, duration, follow-up and discontinuation; and Establishing protocols to assess risk, and address potential harms of opioid use. Click http://www.fafp.org/webinars to register and sign up for your FREE account to earn CME credits at no cost to you. We look forward

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